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    New Release: Two-Tone Shaving Brushes

    New Release: Two-Tone Shaving Brushes-West Coast Shaving
    Hey, Daddy-o! Cast an eyeball at these brushes from WCS. We’re cranked about these retro handles and fab hair. And they won’t make you shell out a lot of dough.These new brushes are going to go gangbusters!

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    Shaving Brush Startup Guide

    The history of the shaving brush is a bit of an obscure one. A handful of historical references point towards the origin of the shave brush coming out of 18th-century France. However, several other references date before this and come from countries all around the world, so it’s quite difficult to say with confidence from where and how the shave brush emerged. But we do know that this - coupled with the introduction of the straight razor design of around the same time -  it revolutionized men’s shaving.

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    Hands Behind the Art: Chris Trimble, brushmaker

    We LOVE finding the most unique grooming products on the market. We want to find and support interesting artists and companies founded on good quality, good craftsmanship, and good ingredients. We want to introduce you to some of the people who go out of their way to make your grooming experience exceptional by revisiting a series on our blog called, "Hands Behind The Art."

     

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    Wet Shaving...Truly Better For Your Skin!

    Many men who shave with cartridge razor blades complain about razor burn, ingrown hairs, and nasty skin irritation. But did you know that a traditional wet shave using shave soap or cream, a shaving brush, and a safety razor can all but alleviate these problems and leave you with healthy skin? Learn more!

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    Badger Hair: A Cut Above

    Let's talk brushes! And specifically, let's talk BADGER brushes. Badger brushes are the most widely agreed upon tool for producing the best results in creating a good lather and causing less irritation when applying that lather to your face. They also do a stand up job with exfoliating your skin and lifting your beard to get a close shave. What else could you ask for? Read on for even more helpful info.

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